CONFIRMED - Celtic's League Cup Final Ticket Allocation

CONFIRMED - Celtic's League Cup Final Ticket Allocation

The first was against Celtic.

In the aftermath of that game, Gerrard referenced a lack of quality in key areas but assured fans if the club do not have the players now they will find them: "When we do get to this stage again, hopefully, we'll have better players in the final third who can go and take us that step further".

"I thought we would of had to play better than we did, truth be told, to win the game but I knew we had to defend well and show enough resilience as we have shown in the cup and thankfully that part of the game has got us into the final".

Gerrard added: "This one will hurt for a good while".

They eventually found their way back into the game, and a late corner - something practised frequently on training pitches around the Granite City and taken by McGinn - saw 19-year-old Lewis Ferguson bullet Aberdeen's big chance past Allan McGregor. Aberdeen didn't have any idea against us, and for 93 minutes it was ideal.

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"We could've done a lot better on the ball and maybe got it wider and created a few chances. At least we're putting ourselves in a position to be criticised".

Aberdeen will receive 20,000 tickets for the Betfred Cup final against Celtic on Sunday, December 2.

Celtic will receive around 25,000 tickets in the North, East and South Stands, while Aberdeen's 20,000 allocation will be seated in the South and West Stands. He's been injured for two years.

However, Windass is still clearly passionate about the club and hopefully we can learn from the experience to start winning these games once more.

The 'Gers were beaten 1-0 by Aberdeen in the Scottish League Cup last weekend, leading Gerrard to warn he could dip into the transfer market in January. "It's not going to be easy but we're 90 minutes away from doing it".

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